Best Exercises For Lower Back Pain

We’ve rounded up the best exercises for lower back pain and we have a video and lots of Pinnable Charts that will help you remedy your condition. Watch the video too.

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Are you one of many that suffer lower back pain? You are not alone. Back Pain has many sources and it can be extremely debilitating. Using painkillers can be dangerous and in the end, you are only masking the issue. It is far better to treat the cause.

Certain exercises can greatly increase your comfort levels and give you the necessary tools to manage your condition.

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The best place to start is by diagnosing the cause of your lower back pain. It could be something as simple as your posture.

Most people slump in their chairs and put pressure on their spine. You could also be sitting in one position for extended periods, this will also have an adverse effect.

Emotional pain is also another major cause. When we are hurting, grieving or worrying, we can store pain and the lower back is the usual location. The below Chart is well worth studying.

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As you can see the emotions surrounding the spine involve being stuck in the post, a sense of feeling unloved and you may also be feeling a sense of guilt or worry about lack of money or support.

It is extremely important to deal with things as they come up in your life or you will find that your lack of action will have consequences in your mental and physical world.

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Of course, there are other reasons for your lower back pain too. Herniated Discs, Sciatica, Lordosis (curvature of the spine) Scoliosis and Osteoporosis to name a few. It is a good idea to meet with a health professional that is trained specifically in this field.

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They will be able to diagnose you correctly and we suggest that you do this prior to embarking on the exercises particularly if you are in an advanced stage of pain.

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As you can see from the photos above, there are a number of different stretches and exercises that you can try. leg lifts,  wall sits,  and knee to chest are just some of the moves featured. The important thing is to go slowly and gently.

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Yoga is another great way to assist with your back pain. You will also find that the exercises are ideal if you are just starting out. They are not too strenuous.

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The video we have included gets AMAZING feedback. Some have said that they no longer have any back pain since they have incorporated these exercises into their daily routine.

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Here’s a couple of reviews from those that have tried the excercises :

“My back was killing me for a month now, 10 mins after this it feels 80% better… I will continue to work this out until the pain is hopefully gone 100%”

“I have been doing this for a few days now. My lower back feels so much better. I will be doing this for a few more weeks every day to strengthen the lower back. Thank you!”

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Lower Back Exercises Video

We highly recommend that you spend some time learning these exercises as they have the potential to positively impact your world enormously. Of course, prevention is always better than cure and the infographic below has 5 core exercises that will help you strengthen your back. To watch the video, click Play above now ^

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